station. on the marc trains, on-time service at penn, camden and brunswick lines. then we have the buses right now, a couple of diversions, 5, 19, 21 diverting at fayette and eutaw. with the m.t.a. transit team, i'm kurt kroncke. now back to john collins. >> thank you. and we take a look at our h.d. doppler radar, a couple of sprinkles, almost lake-effect type, little sprinkles and showers coming off lake ontario in new york state. and this rain, remnants of hermine, with a tropical storm, produced a lot of rain, texas from the plains states, and now that moisture is moving into the mississippi and ohio river valleys, tennessee river valley, and eventually it will move to the east. i think most of that will pass to our south. we have a cool front coming into the dakotas. that's going to be the real weather maker by the end of the weekend. but until we get to that point, i mean, if nothing's going on, let's take a look at what happened yesterday. 79, the high at the airport. inner harbor, 78.